For over a century, the scientific establishment has ignored challenges to the theory of evolution. But in the last decade such complacency about its scientific and philosophical foundations has been shaken. As Michael Behe has proposed in his landmark Darwin's Black Box, at the cellular level there appears to be a high level of irreducible complexity that suggests design. In this book Behe is joined by eighteen other expert academics trained in mathematics, mechanical engineering, philosophy, physical anthropology, physics, astrophysics, biology, ecology, and evolutionary biology to investigate the prospects for this emerging school of thought. Contributions by Michael Behe, David Berlinksi, William Lane Craig, Phillip Johnson, J.P. Moreland, Hugh Ross, and others.
- Format: Paperback
- Number of Pages: 475